Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday May 10th

May 10 2017

We’re always looking for ideas of new segments on DomainSherpa.  Is there anything you would like to see/hear about that we’re not covering?   We had some suggestions in the comments of last week’s show that were pretty good and I thought I would ask the same here.  We’re going on hiatus for a few weeks while Mike produces DNSeattle so we’ll have a little time to mix it up.  Save the “drop Shane from the show” and “do anything but the boring shit you do now” comments.  That stuff is obvious.  Looking for something a little more interesting.  While you think about it, here are today’s names.    Click for Current Price.  

Quote Of The Day  “Discipline is doing something you don’t want to do to be able some day to do something you want to do” 

Domain Of The Day:   Browsy.com    Solid name for any tool you can use to browse something

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

StampsandCoins.com    Not as popular as they once were but still quite a few people that invest in them. 19 years old

MetroPrint.com   1999 name.   Upgrade name for several companies

DriedFood.com   Bigger business than you think.  I use it when camping but many store it prepping for disasters

CrossCircle.com   Nice brand.  Most people think of the Celtic cross when they think of the Cross and Circle

JustHelpMe.com   Getting bids.  I’m a little jaded because I work retail.  I cringe when I hear this

XSIO.com    Excess IO.  Getting some good bids

ProPackage.com    I think upgrade for anything.   Upgrade to the pro package

MyTruth.com    37 bids on this one.  I feel like this one is going to be full of lies wrapped in a nice domain

Grapevyn.com  BrandBucket name all the way

Maud.net   A girls name and that’s usually good enough for some bids.  Doubt there have been any new babies named Maud in a few years

Tradeu.com   14 years old.   Trade up

MiningWealth.com  Now that bitcoin is at $1700 there is wealth in mining

279788.com   The double 8s at the end is usually good for $500 plus

ILoveTrees.com  I admit it. I like this one.   I wouldn’t put it on the list but it has enough bidders there’s no hiding it

BlueWafflesDiseases.com    Not real but every kid worries about getting it as some point

 

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids

Temptation.net A man is as faithful as his options

WowThatsFast.com Many people don’t like apostrophes but for $12 I can see someone using this in a marketing campaign

TheLawncareMan.com $12 to wait for someone with the name to offer you a few hundred dollars…..or more

NailStrip.com I was thinking nail salon name but evidently it is also a product. Nobody else likes it. No bidders

ClearPick.com Will be something you had no idea existed. Where many domains end up going

BottleLocker.com typed it into Google and got a lock that locks up your expensive liquor. So that

DiveSchool.org I think this works with a dot org. Obviously dot com is much better. Memorable if you are trying to remember what they name of the scuba shop you saw

EventSquad.com upgrade name. No bids

LadyBoyLingerie.com 98 bidders, at $23,0000. Just kidding

KitchenMoxie.com I like this as a kitchen brand

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

1851111.com
212787.com
3dbiomatrix.com
5755888.com
882028.com
ab32.com
AlphaQuotes.com
Animestv2watch.com
ArlyMasks.com
AWRT.org
Berjualan.com
BirdingPenticton.com
BitStash.com
breckinridgenursing.com
Breed77.com
CannaContacts.com
cb16.net
ClassLawBlog.com
Cmoset.com
ColombianMines.com
CraneTransportiInc.com
CryoCenters.com
CubaCentral.com
DetroitLimoService.com
djchill.com
Drakyteam.com
DynamicSeniorWomen.com
earn100dollarseasy.com
EBQ.co
EleventhHour.info
Emrah.net
EnterEdge.com
Freertv.com
fSexchat.com
GalaxySmartPhone.com
Gnosysoft.com
GratineeBlog.com
Harbour-Project.org
HeAltHandHerbs.com
HomeLoanFinancing.com
HouseTalkn.com
InLoan.com
IsraelNationalRadio.com
iWatchAVI.com
James-Irvine.com
keweenawexcursions.com
KitchenMoxie.com
Laicu.com
learnjavascript.com
LivingAmerica.com
LondonFacts.com
LongboardInn.com
MidlothianFire.org
MyMoveDay.com
NewsBlitz.com
NewYorkCity-RealEstate.com
Nscaatv.com
OneLoveHP.com
OriginalGrits.com
OSGuinness.com
PenangHotel.com
PennyStockPools.com
PerfectExample.com
Phimech.com
PHLC.net
PhotoAtLarge.com
PlanetPersonals.com
Playing-The-Guitar.net
PostNoon.com

prufcollective.com
QFF.co
QueenieMusic.com
RalstonFlash.com
RDF.biz
Rithm.me
RocketShipCoffee.com
RSCD.net
SafeWaterPurifier.com
Salkantaygroup.com
SanDiegoNewsroom.com
saunarehberi.com
SchoolAudit.com
SGZN.com
Sinkhole.biz
SoberChristians.com
Society-GarageDoorsDenver.com
SoilSaturday.com
Spank11.com
StampSandCoins.com
Stem2Steam.com
TapAndHandle.com
TheJuiceSpotMiami.com
TheManWhoNeverDied.com
TheRooBar.com
TravelInIreland.com
UserZone.com
Utacm.org
VapeFiction.com
VerbaLuxamps.com
vicsnailsboutique.com
VXIX.com
WatsonMarketing.com
winslowaznews.com
WorldPetroCoal.com
WTHT.net
yqcpw.com

Namejet Auction

Kettle.com  Love the name.  But it is not going to sell

TestMarketing.com   Gotta find out if your product is any good before it goes to market

FederalAid.com  No reserve.  Went for a good price back in the day if I remember correctly

MaterialGirls.com  Madonna comes to mind first then money.  46 bidders

BroadPower.com   I am a buyer of good power and solar names

222K.com  Really curious to see how this one ends

Cannada.com   Nice play on Canna and Canada

Sedo

WIIB.com   I have always liked the double vowel in the middle LLLL.com  Hasn’t really proved to be a better seller than others though for me.  Could be my luck

StayForLife.com   Met reserve at $159.  I hope this is a long long time

GiJi.com   Auction for this one starts today

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an emailI Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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5 comments

  1. Ategy

    Re: Sherpa

    1- I like that new segment where each of you picked an available domain.

    2- PRICING PRICING PRICING … Honestly .. the hardest part of domaining is pricing domains .. I think it would be really cool if on the page for each future review that Michael puts each of your “max buy price” and what you’d put as “Buy it now” amounts for each of the domains in the lust (because many get skipped over in the show. Make it a list kinda like sports journalists have lists with competing journalists of their weekly game winner picks.

    3- Try to have all future portfolio submissions put their purchase price and renewal cost for each domain. Without those numbers it’s impossible to realistically judge a portfolio or even individual domains (ngTLD’s in particular).

    4- Go weekly! Seriously .. I get depressed when I don’t hear your voice for more than 7 days! I honestly think you 4 should have your own podcast .. maybe just do them on alternating weeks when there is no Sherpa review!

    5- Seems you guys used to have questions submitted by users .. but that sorta disappeared. Those are always helpful if the questions are good. Even if they aren’t good you guys can still give useful tangent information.

    6- Honestly the show is really good .. and entertaining as is .. not too much change is needed IMO.

  2. Logan

    I won StayForLife.com. 🙂

    re: Sherpa show — have listeners submit one domain name each with their retail, end user price, let Sherpas discuss how well priced — or not — each domain is. If 10 listeners submit one each, that’s a 10 domain portfolio for you guys to discuss and evaluate proposed prices.

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